Lynette Shultz, PhD, MA, BEd
Pronouns: she, her
Professor, Faculty of Education - Educational Policy Studies Dept
Area of Study / Keywords
Global social justice and education policy; Global governance citizenship and education; Educational leadership and social justice; Human rights education
Focuses on a critical and disciplined examination of education and policy issues by drawing on a variety of theoretical orientations. Identifies the centrality of policy research within different educational contexts: adult education, K-12, post-secondary, and aboriginal schooling in Canada and internationally. Students will explore a multiplicity of ways to combine the study of policy with the study of practice, politics, culture and power.
This course aims to provide students the opportunity to engage with current literature and experts, and to extend their own research skills as they strive to understand how global citizenship might frame the roles of individuals and communities with which they will interact in increasingly diverse social, economic, and political contexts that are not restricted by geographical or social boundaries. This course will examine select theories and case studies that focus on the constructions of global citizenship, and how citizenship is (has been) lived, denied, recreated and/or re-imagined. [Educational Policy Studies]
Karsgaard, C., Shultz, L.,
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. New York: Oxford University Press. . 2022 November; 10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.013.1808
Karsgaard, C., Pillay, T., Shultz, L. ( co-authors)
Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. 2022 October; 10.1080/15505170.2022.2134948
Gladwin, D., Karsgaard, C., Shultz, L. (co-authors)
The Journal of Environmental Education. 2022 August; 53 (5):251-260 10.1080/00958964.2022.2113019
Karsgaard, C., Shultz, L., (co-authors)
Canadian Journal of Education. 2022 March; 45 (1):99-127 10.53967/cje-rce.v45i1.4929
Shultz, L., Viczko, M. (co-authors)
International Review of Education. 2021 May; 67 (1-2):219-239 10.1007/s11159-021-09893-y
UNESCO ASPnet schools, global citizenship, and conviviality as a tool to live together on a shared planet. In Schugarensky, D., & Wolhunter, C. (Eds). Global Citizenship Education and Teacher Education: International Perspectives and Practices.
Shultz, L., Elfert, M.
London: Routledge . 2020 May;
Global Citizenship Education: Common Wealth and Uncommon Citizenships.
Shultz, L., Pillay, T. (Eds)
Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. . 2018 November;
Global citizenship education: debating and developing the key ideas and issues.
Santos, E., Davis, I., , Pashby, K., Shultz, L.
London: Bloomsbury . 2018 November;
Global Citizenship and Equity: Cracking the Code and Finding Decolonial Possibility. In Davies, I., Li-Ching Ho, Kiwan, D., Peck, C., Peterson, A., Sant, E., Waghid, Y. (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Citizenship and Education.
London/New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2018 November;
Shultz, L., Abdi, A., Richardson, G. (Eds.)
Shultz, L., Abdi, A., Richardson, G.
Abdi, A., Shultz, L. (Co-Eds.)